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The Shut-Eye Sentry
Rudyard Kipling
Sez the Junior Orderly Sergeant To the Senior Orderly Man: "Our Orderly Orf'cer's ~hokee-mut~, You 'elp 'im all you can. For the wine was old and...Rate it:

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A Boston Ballad, 1854
Walt Whitman
windows, See how well dress'd--see how orderly they conduct themselves. Worse and worRate it:

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A Dead March
William Cosmo Monkhouse
they are not, and this is the sum we know. Orderly range the seasons due, and orderly roll the Rate it:

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An Anatomy Of The World...
John Donne
mothers cry That children come not right, nor orderly; Except they headlong come and fall upoRate it:

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Beautiful Life
Trim
will hunt animals and protect them too, be an orderly mammal and form a queue, laws protect and thrRate it:

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A Visitor in Marl
Emily Dickinson
in Marl— Who influences Flowers— Till they are orderly as Busts— And Elegant—as Glass— Who visits Rate it:

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Block City
Robert Louis Stevenson
on top of it all, And steps coming down in an orderly way To where my toy vessels lie safe in the bRate it:

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Dedication
Rudyard Kipling
shall touch and remit After the use of kings (Orderly, ancient, fit) My deep-sea plunderings, And pRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. III.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of the bride in flocks of sheep and in cattle. Orderly all things proceeded, and duly and well wereRate it:

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I know some lonely Houses off the Road
Emily Dickinson
fashioned eyes— Not easy to surprise! How orderly the Kitchen'd look, by night, With just a Clock—Rate it:

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In War-Time: A Prayer Of The Understanding
Sydney Thompson Dobell
round your suns, suns round Such satraps as in orderly degree Confess a lordlier regent and pervadeRate it:

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It was not death, for I stood up,
Emily Dickinson
like them all; The figures I have seen Set orderly, for burial, Reminded me of mine, As if my lifeRate it:

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January Morning
William Carlos Williams
neatly coiffed, middle aged gentlemen with orderly moustaches and well-brushed coats IV -- aRate it:

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Lines in Praise of the Lyric Club Banquet
William Topaz McGonagall
almost lost their breath. The audience were orderly and all went well, As cheerily and as smoothlRate it:

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Mistress Gurton's Cat
Mary Darby Robinson
so kind! "So keen a mouser, such a beauty, "So orderly, so fond, so true, "That every gentle task oRate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 06
John Milton
tread; as when the total kind Of birds, in orderly array on wing, Came summoned over Eden to receRate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book II. Canto X.
Coventry Patmore
and ease, As from an overflowing well; And, orderly deriving thence Its pleasure perfect and allow'Rate it:

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The Black Sheep
Robert William Service
stables; the men troop off through the gloom; An orderly laying the tables sings in the bright messRate it:

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The Boston Athenaeum
Amy Lowell
level with the dusty floor Others are ranged in orderly confusion, And we must stoop in painful posRate it:

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The Burial of Mr. Gladstone
William Topaz McGonagall
there was a pitiful air, Yet they were orderly in every way, And newspaper boys were selling publicRate it:

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The Monks of St. Mark
Thomas Love Peacock
of the hall, Like a true jolly friend of good orderly laws, He serpentin'd out to discover the caRate it:

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The Progress Of Marriage
Jonathan Swift
she drives on to see the play. He like an orderly Divine Comes home a quarter after nine, And meetsRate it:

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The Sea and the Hills
Rudyard Kipling
as the star-stabbing bow-sprit emerges? The orderly clouds of the Trades, the ridged, roaring sapphRate it:

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To The City Of Bombay
Rudyard Kipling
and remit After the use of kings (Orderly, ancient, fit) My deep-sea plunderings, Rate it:

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To The Right Honourable John Barber, Esq; Lord Mayor Of London, On Committing One Of My Sons To His Care.
Mary Barber
to make a good Man in the City; Industrious, and orderly, prudent, and smart, And not too much ConsRate it:

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